Ames Daily Tribune Newspaper Archives Aug 4 1971, Page 30

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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Ames, Iowa 4 a u a Folk program a program of norwegian Folk dancing and Folk music featuring violinist Torleiv Bolstad and Folk dancers Anders and Sidsel a Markrud will be held at the Story City High school gymnasium thursday at 8 . Also appearing will be norwegian Folk dancer Kjellaug Bolstad. Story City Folk program four norwegian Folk artists will present a program of dancing and music at the Story City High school gymnasium thursday at 8 . Appearing on the program will be Torleiv Bolstad. Who won All first awards at National Competition on hard anger violin in 1970 and has Given concerts in Many countries of Europe and scandinavian countries. Kjellaug Bolstad an instrument maker by profession who has also won Many first prizes As a Folk dancer will also appear on the program. Both have worked closely with childrens dance groups at the norwegian Folk museum on Bagdy and the Valdres dance group in Oslo. Appearing w Ith them will be Anders and Sidsel a Markrud members of the norwegian Folk dance group which won first prize at the International Folk festival in Wales England last year. Tickets will be available at the door and the Public is invited to attend. Aim daily Tribune wed., aug. 4, 1971 Immon Nuri minut Manri i a i Minui ii 32 threaten go fund cutoff Washington up the office of economic Opportunity tuesday approved a one month Extension of funds for greater opportunities inc., of Des Moines but threatened a fund Cut off if certain a administrative problems Are not resolved. The go operation was shaken up last week after the executive director Alfred Brown and two of his assistants were fired and a third resigned. The firing of Brown officials said came upon recommendation of the regional Leo office in Kansas City to. Tuesday Leo officials told sen. Jack Miller a Iowa a $50,000 refunding of the go program for the month of August would be approved. However Federal officials said further refunding after August will depend on a Clearing up administrative problems in the various go sponsored agencies. $ Day a boys shop one group sport Coats amp suits Alto huskies Reg. $31.00 to $52.00 now 10�?o to 14�?o one group flair pants Reg. $7.50 to $12.00 now 3" to 5 a a one group one group knit shirts amp vests . Shirts Reg. $3.00 amp $4.00 Reg. $5.50 to $7.00 now 97c to i94 now 2�?� to 3�?o swimsuits i one group a i socks 1/3 Quot half Price one group belts amp ties half Price a one group shorts one group shorts one group hot pants v3o� 97e half Price one group Huskie pants amp shorts main amp Burnett jury ponders Newton s Fate Oakland Calif. Up a after listening to a re Reading of six hours of key testimony the jury in Black Panther Leader Huey p. Newtons manslaughter trial today deliberated for a second Day on whether he killed an Oakland policeman. The jury of to women and two men received the Case tuesday from Superior court judge Harold b. Hove who told them a there can be no Triumph in the jury room. Only the ascertainment of Newton 29, was on trial a second time for the oct. 28,1967, shooting death of officer John Frey who was killed in a predawn Battle on an Oakland Street. Newton and a second officer were wounded. The jury at newtons first trial in which he was charged with murder found him guilty of voluntary manslaughter and he was sentenced to one to 15 years in prison. An appellate court overturned the verdict on grounds the jury was instructed improperly and ordered a new trial. The charge was changed to manslaughter under the rules against double jeopardy. Hove carefully instructed the jurors tuesday that Newton is innocent if they believe he was unconscious when Frey was shot. Newton testified he blacked out before the fatal shot was fired. A companion refused to testify on grounds he might incriminate himself. 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